Hello gabaghouls, it’s finally here. The clip show nobody asked for. This is the BEST OF SEASON 4 of Pod Yourself A Gun. We took all of our favorite moments from this past season and mashed it all up into a succinct 1 hour 45 min episode, complete with all of your favorite bits, segments, songs and Sopranos character analysis. And for those of you wondering when our next season is starting, don’t you worry, season 5 episode 1 comes out next week!
Tony Soprano is a horse boy on the latest Pod Yourself A Gun.
Stavros Halkias from the Cum Town and Pod Don’t Lie podcasts joins Matt and Vince to talk about The Sopranos season four, episode five, Pie-O-My.
Before we get too far, if you’re worried about spoilers, maybe don’t listen to this episode just yet. Put it on and leave the room so we can still wet our beaks a little bit, but some future events are mentioned. There — you were warned. If you listen to this episode and hear some stuff you didn’t want to hear, that’s on you. You had 20 years to prevent this. What were you waiting for, by the way? The show saved Stav’s life twice already. Meanwhile you were watching what? House of Cards? Louie? That Workaholics episode where Chris D’Elia plays himself? You’re sick in the head.
Anyways for all the cool, normal folks who already saw it or won’t get mad because they understand how time, television and the internet work, this is a fun episode. The guys talk about the shady origins of Stav and Vince’s surnames, the audacity of Janice Soprano, and some excuses to do heroin. They also listen to a couple voicemails and Stav offers his thoughts on who did 9/11.
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